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Media & News Literacy

Analyzing the News

Be aware of: bias, political propaganda, intentional disinformation, satire, attention-seeking click-bait, conspiracy theories, and sloppy reporting.

ASK: Who wrote it? Who benefits? Who is left out?

How to Spot Fake News

 

From IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions), 2017.

Reliable Sources

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